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Wednesday, 6 July 2016
8:21 AM Norwich

Lesley Allen : If your viewing (in one single room) comprises entirely of programmes via Freeview (terrestrial) and also via your Sky+ HD box, then the only cables required to be connected into your TV are (1): The coax connector lead from your normal aerial for Freeview reception, (2): The HDMI connector cable from the Sky box.

Obviously the Sky+ box will have two coax leads from the dish and also the HDMI lead connected into the TV.

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Thursday, 20 October 2016
Lisa Ritchie
12:20 PM

I cannot get a tv signal with a tv aerial but have a sky box and dish ex contract still connected can I use the box to watch digital TV on my TV without a card

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Lisa Ritchie's 1 post GB
12:49 PM

Lisa Ritchie: Yes, just leave everything connected and you will still be able to watch all the free to air channels when your Sky subscription ends. If you leave the viewing card in you will also get a few extra free channels as well as the correct BBC and ITV regions at the top of the EPG. You won't be able to record or access any previous recordings on your Sky box however as this requires an active Sky subscription.

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